We have added many new records this month from FamilySearch, Ancestry.com, Chronicling America, Reclaim the Records, and other sources. We also corrected many links that needed updating. We hope this will be helpful to you in your research.
We have now added a Facebook page. You can like our page and get updates to our site, as well as helpful research tips and learn about special deals from various websites. Hope you join us!
We have now created a new video based on one our best learning articles called “How to Find an Elusive Ancestor” which gives ideas on how to find out about an ancestor in your genealogy that’s difficult to locate. You can view the video here:
You can also read the original article here: http://ldsgenealogy.com/Finding-an-Elusive-Ancestor.htm
LDSGenealogy.com is pleased to announce a complete site relaunch, including the addition of an extensive U.S. genealogy records directory with more than 579,000 record sources from 930 websites and archives. The directory includes detailed information from online sources such as FamilySearch, Ancestry, MyHeritage, American Ancestors, FindMyPast, Newspapers.com, Fold3, Find a Grave, US Gen Web, Genealogy Bank, Newspaper Archive, Archives.com, Chronicling America, Elephind, Distant Cousin, Billion Graves, and hundreds of smaller and local sites. Records from offline sources are also included such as the Family History Library, the U.S. Newspaper Directory from the Library of Congress, the New York State Library, the Boston Public Library, and several others.
The records directory has been under development for several years and is now newly available all on one site. One of the challenges to doing genealogy research, particularly for the United States, is that the relevant records are scattered across many websites and archives, and it can be time consuming to locate them. The directory has detailed information down to the county and town/city level for the entire United States for both online and archival sources. So you can come to one place, find the location, and easily and quickly find the relevant records for your research. New record sources for the United States will continue to be added, and listings for other countries are under development. Submissions to the directory are welcome. Helpful articles for learning genealogy are also available on the site.
LDSGenealogy.com has been providing free helpful information for everyone interested in finding their ancestors since 2008.